Thousands of dresses fluttered from washing lines strung across the football pitch in Pristina, Kosovo on Friday as our staff and Kosovo Country Director Iliriana Gashi joined their country’s leaders and citizens at an art installation to raise awareness for survivor
I don’t know about you, but I find it very difficult to read the news these days. The conflict in Syria has been raging for more than four years.
“There are two Afghanistans – one dominated by the headlines of violence and the other captured in the untold stories and actions of courageous activists and everyday Afghans working to rebuild,” shared Pulitzer-Prize-winning journalist David Rohde during Women for W
It’s no surprise that mothers have a great impact on their children’s educational achievements. In the developing world, a mother’s level of education can determine her child’s chance of survival.
Mandana Hendessi, WfWI EMEA Regional Director, talks about her recent visit to Kawergosk Refugee Camp, northern Iraq.
Around the world, mothers are united by their shared experiences, for the sacrifices they make to put their children's needs first, and for the inspiration they give us all.
A report about the parliamentary briefing on women's rights in Nigeria hosted by Lord Mitchell and Women for Women International in February 2015.
This week, people across Rwanda are coming together to remember the terrible genocide 21 years ago, and to stand together for the future of their country.
From WfWI trainer to Provincial Council Member in Parwan, Afghanistan, Hosai Bayani’s unlikely journey demonstrates the impact women leaders are having on a changing country.
Sara is a divorced single mother who has survived war and exile from her home country. She says she has been inspired by her trainers to keep working and striving.